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Feb 4, 2011 5:00am PST
quote of violence while the obama administration turns up the diplomatic pressure.
FOX News
Feb 3, 2011 9:00pm EST
stands for. >> we'll explain what the obama administration did this time and how robert gibbs is trying to spin it. >> why some activists want to force ronald mcdonald into an early retirement. hannity starts right now. today marks the ninth day of the seemingly unstoppable protests on the seats of egypt. chaos and violence intensified with pro and anti-government forces throwing molotov cocktails and rocks and beating each other with iron bars. all the while president mubarak was reaffirmed his refusal to give into the demands by stepping down. fox news correspondent greg palkot and his photographer were detained and severely beaten yesterday by pro government forces. they sustained griff injuries and spent the night in the hospital. thankfully, we know they are safe and sound at this moment. this incident is part of a wave of violence against journalists. today cbs news chief foreign correspondent laura logan and her crew were detained in cairo and four of their employees were carjacked and threatened with beheading. yesterday cnn's anderson cooper was repeatedly punched in the head.
CNN
Feb 3, 2011 7:00pm EST
in power. and he tells president obama, he doesn't understand the risks of pushing mubarak to step down now. in cure the regime continue to target journalists and gun fire continues in the streets. pro democracy dmen straightors stand their ground, promising a big push on what they call farewell friday to prove president mubarak has no choice but to go. here in washington, the administration stands firm and rejects complaints from other arab allies. >> the egyptian people expect a meaningful process that yields concrete changes. >> some on the right stay white house is wrong but republican senator john mccain not only backs president obama's approach, he passionately takes issue with those who say the best course is for america to prop up egypt's dictator. >> i'm not a starry eyed idealist. i know the nature of war and i think i understand these issues. and i understand the criticalness. for us to be on the side of government that are repressive can never help us. >> the front line of egypt's revolution, anderson cooper is live from cairo. on this night we do not have a live image to show o
MSNBC
Feb 4, 2011 2:00am EST
claims that the obama administration is taking its orders from fundamentalist muslims who have been infiltrated into the conservative organization as well. what's next? tell us to shoot somebody else in the head? wow. plus here's what donald rumsfeld remembers in his new book that president bush came to him two weeks after 9/11 and talked about war with iraq. here's what he forgets that whiling the pentagon was still smoldering that day it was rumsfeld himself who was targeted saddam hussein despite the fact that iraq didn't attack us. tonight we play rummy. while republicans wanted to run, president obama seems to be launching his re-election campaign, today he hit two points republicans love to question, his christianity and winning the future. guess who suddenly is looking stronger for 2012. let me finish with glenn beck's cracker barrel crack up. let me start with the situation in egypt. joining me on the phone in cairo is nbc news chief foreign correspondent richard engel. richard, what do we make of this call for trials of president mubarak and people like vice president omar
MSNBC
Feb 4, 2011 3:00pm EST
him to do to helm the flight. just moments, we are hearing from president obama live. he's expected to take questions on egypt for the first time in a joint news conference that's going to take place with the canadian prime minister, steven harper. nbc's chuck todd in the old executive office building. chuck joins us now to talk about this. we understand, though, is this something that the white house is going to talk about right away, the fact that egyptian officials and exit strategies they want for mubarak? what is the most feasible possibility? >> reporter: well, we do expect to hear something from the president on egypt, even potentially prepared remarks, robert gibbs at the press briefing, seemed to hint at that. but, yes, that's going to be among the obvious questions, which is what is the most recent thing that the american government has asked of mubarak. there was a cryptic news report out of egypt that the vice president, suleiman, said there would not be transfers of powers, implying that somebody asked that there be some transfer of power from mubarak to suleiman or per
FOX News
Feb 4, 2011 4:00am EST
mountain of government red tape and send his challenge of president obama's healthcare law to the top. chief political correspondent carl cameron maps out the plan and the opposition. >> we can't waste more time on symbolic. >> they petitioned the u.s. supreme court for expedited consideration of his state's constitutional challenge to the obama healthcare law. >> this is an extraordinary remedy but a case that fids their qualifications it's within their discretion whether they skip the appellate court. >> after showing the case is of imperative importance to devate from normal appellate practice. so far, 28 states filed federal lawsuits and two district courts ruled it unconstitutional and and two ruled it constitutional. last month, the obama justice department filed a joint motion for expedited consideration of the virginia case. fourth circuit court of appeals, "the constitutionality of the affordable care act has public policy implication of the highest magnitude." but the administration shown little interest to skip the appellate level to go to the supreme court. the constitutio
FOX News
Feb 4, 2011 6:00pm EST
captioning services, inc >> bret: president obama says the whole world is watching what happens in egypt. we'll have live reports from cairo and the white house. islam's supreme leader forecast islamic revolution in egypt. we look at what it might mean. new unemployment figures report a lowest jobless rate, but few new jobs. live from the studio in washington, this is "special report." good evening. i'm bret baier. president obama today warned egypt that violence including attacks on protesters and journalists is unacceptable. and said he was encouraged by the restraint shown today. it was, in fact, a day largely free of conflict on the streets as parties elsewhere laid out various scenarios for a transition of power. correspondent leland vittert begins coverage live from cairo where it's 1 serz a.m good morning, leland -- 1:00 a.m good morning, leland. >> reporter: good morning from cairo. day 11 of the protest. protesters said with the deadline for president mubarak to step down from office. that hasn't happened. state tv shows pictures behind me of the protesters still in the square. nobo
PBS
Feb 4, 2011 2:30pm PST
obama has just been speaking. in all of this, the military will play a key role. >> there is no doubt at all what people want. >> everyone has one demand. mubarak must go and he must go now. but who or what will replace him? for nearly 60 years, this country has been run by the military. hosni mubarak, like his predecessor, was a military general. in 1981, and more sadat was assassinated. mubarak was bundled to safety and the presidency. egypt has the eighth largest army in world. if mubarak those, his replacement will almost certainly come from the military. -- if mubarak goes. the most likely candidate is the vice president's. last night, he made this promise. >> in this time, we can do what president mubarak has said. and we can do more. when a new president will come, you will have more time to make any changes you want. >> but egypt's most important ally now says that is not enough. >> need a broad and credible representation of egypt's civil society and political factions, to begin immediately, during negotiations for an orderly transition. >> but mubarak supporters warn if the
WETA
Feb 4, 2011 6:00pm EST
with this parliament. >> as many prepare with another night on the streets, barack obama says he wants change in egypt to start now. >> in light of what has happened over the last two weeks, going back to the old ways is not gone to work. -- doubling to work. >> welcome to "bbc world news," broadcast to our viewers on pbs in america, also around the globe. my name is mike embley. coming up later for you -- per month names its first civilian president in half a century, but he is a former army general. and on the rocks. the true story of the shipwreck called whiskey galore. hello to you. it had not been one of egypt's protesters promise, a day of departure, but an 11th day of demonstration has seen hundreds of thousands in the streets urging president mubarak and his government to go now. the bbc is sold the vice- president is expected to meet leading opposition figures within days. the muslim brotherhood has told us they will not attend while he is in power. protesters still plan regular demonstrations, but people are being encouraged to go home. >> the evening from cairo. today, the scene of running
FOX News
Feb 4, 2011 1:00pm EST
that the departure of president mubarak will happen. he will leave. but the big question is whether obama and the u.s. administration have the end game in place. do they know what will happen the minute he leaves? do they know who will fill the vacuum? this is no gain. i know everybody is watching it on television, but it's not a movie. it's real life. and these are real people. and this is a very, very volatile and very unpredictable region. and we want to make sure that whatever happens in egypt next is for the best for the egyptain people and the stability of the region. this could be mubarak's last weekend, but it could be egypt's last weekend of stability. and i think that this should be managed cautiously, gradually and carefully to assure that when mubarak leaves, there is a credible regime in place, which will, indeed, bring the egyptain people the democracy and freedom that they wish and they deserve. megyn: more and more some are focusing on elbaradei, who was a u.n. weapons' inspector that went into iran. he said there was nothing to worry about. when he got out, other weapons' inspector
NBC
Feb 4, 2011 6:00pm EST
on this accident, we will advise you. >> talks are underway between the obama administration and top egyptian officials for a possible immediate resignation of president hosni mubarak. this is demonstrators blood cairo's main square -- flood the main square. sally kidd has the latest. >> anti-mubarak demonstrators called this the day of departure. they want hosni mubarak to leave immediately. president obama says the transition process must begin now. >> the transition must initiate a process that respects the interests of rights of the egyptian people and leads to free and fair elections. >> the bios is talks are underway with officials at all levels of the egyptian government -- the white house says talks are under way. >> the government must take concrete steps. >> the steps could include mubarak leaving office immediately and handing over power to an interim government backed by the military. some analysts say the obama administration has been careful to support the pro-democracy demonstrators without directly calling for president mubarak's ouster. >> i think we will not be remembered in
MSNBC
Feb 4, 2011 5:30am EST
. that comes as u.s. officials say talks are under way between the obama administration and top egyptian officials about the possible, immediate resignation of mubarak. according to the officials, the white house has decided that mubarak must go now and be replaced by a transitional government. although there are a number of possible scenarios, the preferred option would be a coalition led by the country's newly appointed vice president omar suleiman, which would include military leaders in all elements of the opposition, including the muslim brotherhood. in a statement yesterday, the white house said vice president joe biden stressed to his egyptian counterpart that the egyptian government is responsible for ensuring that peaceful demonstrations don't lead to violence and intimidation. but in his first interview since the unrest began, mubarak remained defiant, telling abc news, "i am fed up. after 62 years in public life, i've had enough. i want to go, but if i resign today, there will be chaos. i told obama, you don't understand the egyptian culture and what would happen if i step dow
PBS
Feb 4, 2011 2:00pm PST
living. [applause] tavis: president obama, of course, last week in the state of the union address talking about the need for american innovation. we begin our look at the state of the u.s. technology with gary shapiro president and c.e.o. of the consumer electronic association and the driving force behind the annual consumer technology showcase known as the c.e.s. he's also author of the new text "the comeback. how innovation will restore the american dream." good to have you then the program. >> thank you for having me. tavis: did you and president opaw ma coordinate this, your book about "the comeback" and his speech, did you coordinate this? >> i was overwhelmed with people noting the similarities, i'm fortunate in the timing. but the message is our nation is in trouble and our secret sauce is innovation. tavis: why do we think innovation is the way forward. >> we are in trouble financially, we have three choices, raise taxes, cut spending or grow. i like to focus on growth. there's a lot of talk about the other two. think about who we are as a nation and what we do. most of us are imm
ABC
Feb 3, 2011 11:35pm PST
to his people, the world and president obama. >>> war zone. on a day when journalists themselves became the targets and abc news teams were threatened with beheadings, we bring you a special one-hour edition of "nightline," crisis in egypt, starting right now. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," february 3rd, 2011. >> good evening, i'm terry moran. and we begin tonight's special with an extraordinary exclusive interview from inside egypt's presidential palace. there, president hosni mubarak, the strong man whose 30-year grip on power is loosening, waits and watches. outside those fortified walls, chaos. another day of bloody clashes. what is he thinking? and when will he step down? christiane amanpour brings us the first interview with hosni mubarak. christiane? >> reporter: terry, good evening. it has been the most extraordinary 24 hours. right now, we're broadcasting to you from inside our hotel room, rather than looking over the nile, looking over the protests as we have been doin
PBS
Feb 4, 2011 3:00pm PST
officials today. and president obama talked of a transition that begins now. he spoke after meeting with canadian prime minister stephen harper at the white house. >> i believe that president mubarak care bses history country, he is crowd but he is also a patriot. and what i have suggested to him is that he needs to consult with those who are around him in his government. he needs to listen to what's being voiced by the egyptian people. and make a judgement about a pathway forward that is orderly. but that is meaningful and serious can. and i believe that he's already said that he's to the going to run for re-election. this is somebody whose's been in power for a very long time in egypt. having made that psychological break, that decision that he will not be running again, i think the most important for him to ask himself, for the egyptian government to ask itself as well as the opposition to ask itself is how do we make that transition effective, and lasting and legitimate. and as i said before, that's not a decision ultimately the united states makes or any country outside of egyp
CSPAN
Feb 4, 2011 7:00am EST
of corruption, corruption, corruption. these countries love the united states and sent to obama election attitude have been changed. they love president obama and they wish they had a president like obama. now it is time for the u.s. to get rid of all of the governments of the middle east and u.s. set up in the democracy and all of these countries. people of the middle east are tired of islam and have no problem with the state of israel. the u.s. has all the resources to do so. we have plenty educated people in these countries working and living in these countries. we love the u.s. for what it stands for. u.s. can use these people to set up a fair and democratic -- democratic government. host: we need you to wrap up. caller: the only thing i am trying to tell you, the american people should realize the people in this part of the world are tired. i go back and forth and whenever i go -- because of corruption, retaliation, everything. host: steve, what got to let you go. his main message -- the people in that region of the world are tired. the next phone call is from alexandria, virginia.
ABC
Feb 4, 2011 6:00pm EST
. he was not arrested, but he is expected to turn himself in. in other news, president obama is renewing demands for political change in egypt. the president spoke about the crisis on this day of departure. >> it is called a day of departure because it is the day that egyptians wanted to say farewell to president mubarak. convince him to leave office. that did not happen today. president obama answered questions for the first time about the crisis. he has twice told mubarak that it is time to step down. all across egypt, no longer just cairo, calls for resignation. for the most part, a peaceful. many put down their roxanne locked arms instead. >> believe now, not tomorrow. if you really love this country. >> please leave this country. >> the white house is reportedly pushing options for a transition of power, but having little luck. president obama today offered this advice. >> the only thing that will work is moving an orderly transition process that begins right now. >> another concern is that the problem -- breaking point. basic necessities were running sen. -- thin. while
CNN
Feb 4, 2011 5:00pm EST
and harassment severely paralyzing their ability to broadcast on the air. >>> and president obama issues his strongest message yet to the egyptian government. warning, and i'm quoting him now, going back to the old days is not going to work. let's start with the bloody fighting right now between opposing protesters. that fighting spreading to new parts of cairo. cnn's ivan watson is joining us with the very latest. ivan, i know you're at tahrir square, and it looks like there's some significant crowds still gathered, even though it's now just past midnight. >> reporter: that's right. thousands of people here, more than we've seen in the past, and really a remarkable turnaround here considering that throughout the day and night on wednesday and thursday this was basically a war zone, and on friday it was a giant political rally made possible in part by the egyptian military providing a bit more security and apparently holding back some of the pro-government demonstrators. that said, while the scene here has been peaceful, there's been music. there have been speeches. there has been poetry, an
MSNBC
Feb 4, 2011 2:00pm EST
. >> ron alan live in cairo, egypt. just over an hour from now, president obama is expected to field questions about reports that his administration is working to broker a deal to remove president mubarak from power. several reports say the white house and egyptian officials are discussing a plan that would remove mubarak immediately while leaving newly-appointed vice president omar suleiman to take t reins in a back shift of power. mike, what else are you hearing regarding this q&a session with the president? and also the president will probably get questions on the finger pointing. many are questioning why the intelligence was not there to perhaps predict or lead us to know more about what was apparently around the corner with these protests. >> reporter: that's right. one of the top cia officials yesterday appeared before a senate committee hearing and got a grilling, why they weren't paying closer attention in the view of some senators like ron wyden and diane feinstein, two democrats, why they did not pay closer attention to social media. that was driving the organizational eff
MSNBC
Feb 4, 2011 5:00pm EST
supporters. a debate has broken open on this side of the atlantic. is the obama administration pushing too hard to show mubarak the door? plus what are we to make of the muslim brotherhood who is angling to step into the breach. is it just waiting for its moment to seize control and short circuit the process? bad news, good news. the economy only created 36,000 new jobs but the unemployment rate dropped from 9.4% to 9%. that's the number that the public pays attention to. i think he needs to get the number down to 8 in order to win reelection. i have been saying this is the oshkosh election. sunday's super bowl has the same theme. pittsburgh versus green bay. politics and the super bowl later in the show. let me finish with a major american president born 100 years ago this sunday. we start with egypt. joining me from cairo is ron allen. ron, i guess the best question is what happened today in this ongoing saga? >> reporter: we have been asking ourselves that question today. chris, what does all this mean? where are we now? the opposition declared that next week will be a week of resistanc
MSNBC
Feb 4, 2011 6:00pm EST
president obama. but we got the facts to show you the gop hypocrisy. robert reich with a reality check tonight. and super bowl politics. why progressives should be really psyched about the big game. the story of why this game will drive tea partiers crazy. >> pro democracy protests in egypt continued to roar. hundred thousands showed up for the day of departure. for the 11th strait day, protesters gathered in cairo's main scare who demand egyptian president hosni mubarak step down. after two violent days, today was mostly peaceful. the army protected demonstrators, checking to make sure there were november thugs at least in the tv square where the tv cameras were. let's go to ron allen in cairo. hey, ron, here's the part i don't understand about this. i hope you can help us out. so they bash the journalists and some really scary stuff in going after the journalists, but then they don't attack today. what was the point of attacking all those journalists? >> well, the army was out in force today. that was the big difference. they established rules and parameters for the demonstration ear
PBS
Feb 3, 2011 5:30pm PST
denied his regime or supporters were responsible for it. he told me president obama did not ask for him to go immediately. he said he thought president obama was a very good man, but he said, "i told obama you don't understand the egyptian culture and what would happen if i step down now. if i resign today, there will be chaos and the muslim brotherhood would take over." for now, president mubarak remains in the presidential palace with his family. there had been widespread rumors that his son had fled, perhaps to london, but we saw him there when we spoke to him. president mubarak told me, "i would never run away from this country. i will die on this soil," and he defended his legacy, recounting the many years he spent leading this country. after my meeting with president mubarak, i sat down for an exclusive interview with his new vice president. i asked whether he would ever authorize the army to use force against the anti-government protesters, and he insisted repeatedly he would never order force against the protesters. he hoped they would go home. he said he hopes, "they don't foll
PBS
Feb 3, 2011 6:00pm PST
. >> a short while ago, i spoke to a correspondent in washington, steve kingston. i asked him how the obama administration has reacted to president mubarak's position. >> it won't come as any surprise to the americans, they've seen hosni mubarak dig in, they've seen senior figures within his government in effect say back off to the americans, you don't understand our country. and hosni mubarak seems to be saying that if he goes now, there will be the decent into chaos and confrontation, which, of course, is the worst case scenario for the americans. they see a -- it very differently. president obama has publicly said that hosni mubarak must go now, but privately, that does appear to be the view of the administration, and at all levels and in all contacts, they are trying to impress that view on hosni mubarak, that he must go soon. >> and what do you think will be said next in the united states? because we've had the comments. we haven't heard anything specifically from president obama yet. what happens next? >> it's just been announced that barack obama will take questions on this for the f
SFGTV
Feb 4, 2011 3:00pm PST
in this transition of purpose but always a sense of community. two years ago, when president obama became president of the united states, he made his inaugural address and said, i want swift, bold action now. to address the needs of the american people. one week and one day after that speech, the house of representatives passed the recovery act. and then it became law in a matter of weeks after that. i tell you this because this was a bold, swift action that put resources out there to meet them at the natiothe imagination and, and san francisco has always been a leader in terms of posing a model that is worthy of national support. so because of his speech, our swift actions, but most of all, because of the sense of community that city officials in san francisco saw here, and because of the ongoing leadership of the tenderloin neighborhood development corp., people's lives will be changed. when you hear speeches and wonder what is that all about? president obama's speech is now being translated into a better life for many more people who live here or receive services here. the recovery act is very i
ABC
Feb 4, 2011 5:00am EST
clashes. we could hear more from president obama to enter questions from reporters in relation to egypt today. officials are wrapping up for the immediate resignation of hosni mubarak. he told abc that he would not step down or leave egypt. many expect protest to grow in size and intensity ted. they are calling this the friday of departure. there are concerns about the safety of americans. they will continue to schedule flights out of egypt. one of the solutions the obama administration is proposing, mubarak handing power over to e egypt's vice president. they have determined mubarak stepping down is the fastest way to a peaceful resolution. we will continue watching the streets and bringing you the latest. >> thank you. >>> we look at the day ahead. the january jobs report comes out in a few hours. it is expected to show 146,000 new jobs were created last month. unemployment is expected to rise to 9.5%. this is in date for s not mark kelly. the husband -- this is a decision day for astronaut mark kelly appeared he is expected to announce he will fly into space this spring. endeavor wil
MSNBC
Feb 4, 2011 6:00am EST
for the e-mail. anything else, rob? >> on a lighter note, scott says i love to get up early to see obama say obama, pennsylvania, super bowl. >> that's a pretty good e-mail. i would declare that e-mail to be a -- thanks very much. guess what? the event you've been waiting for, "morning joe" starts right now. >> they're called to fix what was broken in our world. a call rooted in faith. is what led me just a few years out of college to sign up as a community organize r for a grou of churches on the south side of chicago. it was through that experience working with pastors and lay people, trying to heal the wounds of hurting neighborhoods that i came to know jesus christ for myself. and embrace him as my lord and savior. >> we pray that violence in egypt will end and that the rights and aspirations of the egyptian people will be realized. and that a better day will dawn over egypt and throughout the world. >> all right. we're going straight to cairo. live pictures out of tahrir square where hundreds of thousands of protesters are gathering right now for what they hope will be a day of departur
CNN
Feb 4, 2011 3:00am EST
's interview with christiane amanpour, because he was trying to make out that although president obama has asked him to go now, that will descend the country into chaos. i mean it seems a pretty ironic statement given what we're witnessing today. we've seen scenes chaotic to put it mildly. >> i mean for 30 years mubarak's systemic policy has been to prevent any kind of a secular reasonable opposition so that he can stay. if it's not for me we'll have chaos in egypt and at times american officials have kind of believed that, but in the last few days i think that has lost all credibility because we had a peaceful secular largely secular democracy movement that was actually quite well organized and certainly very peaceful and then kind of erupted in chaos in the last couple of days because the president has sent his thugs to try to crush that movement. >> it's 4 a.m. on friday morning in cairo. i wish i could show you live pictures from tahrir square, but there are no cameras left there to record what's going on. it remains a sinister mystery. anderson, we just heard from nick there. he's fee
FOX News
Feb 3, 2011 8:00pm EST
is on. tonight.... [ gun shots ] >> does the obama administration have a plan if egypt collapses? what does it mean for the america if the jihadists take over. we'll have comprehensive analysis >> another shocker at the abortion provider planned parenthood. another worker tapes a man posing a as persistently running an under age prostitution ring. >> new york is when fairness and equality and everybody should have the right to marry the person they love. >> what do culture warriors think of president bush's daughter coming out in support of gay marriage. >> let me tell you past few years they have deepened my faith. >> the president accepting for the religious help? >> the factor begins right now. >>> hi, everyone. thanks for watching us. the president hunting for votes, the votes of the faithful. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. he addressed a national prayer breakfast which is gathering of christians from across the country. it's good for the public and for the world to hear the president freely discuss the importance of faith in public and he recounted how
FOX News
Feb 4, 2011 3:00pm EST
of this network. we appreciate it, margaret. we are standing by for a joint news conference with president obama and the canadian prime minister and we will bring that to you when it starts and we believe egypt will be a topic of discussion. and the obama administration has been talking about a transition of power and we got alerts last night saying that the united states is working on a transition of power, something about bringing in the vice president and making it an orderly affair, but, can that be done? what remains to be seen? we will get the behind the scenes look from the former u.s. ambassador to egypt on a very busy friday afternoon as "studio busy friday afternoon as "studio b" continues here in 90 secondst the new motorola bravo. no, not its brilliant touch screen or android operating system. ok go ahead. it's just $49.99. only from at&t. rethink possible. the morning after the big move starts with back pain... and a choice. take advilow... and maybe up to 4 in a day. or, choose eve and 2 pills for a day free of pain. smarmove. ♪ >>shepard: president obama met earlier today with t
MSNBC
Feb 3, 2011 9:00pm EST
it is almost better. >> the obama administration's policies are being viewed through and actually articulated and now implemented through influence operations that the muslim brotherhood itself is running in our own country. >> the muslim brotherhood you keep hearing about in egypt, actually, it's the implementation arm of the obama administration. here at home as long as you're watching sean hannity's hour on fox news at night, at night, alone, with the lights off and a flashlight under your chin. that same hannity guest who says the muslim brotherhood is secretly rung tsecret ly running the obama administration, or whatever, the website thinkprogress caught up with him this weekend. they asked him exactly who in the obama administration is secretly in cahoots with the muslim brotherhood. naturally, he named names. >> john brennan is the homeland security adviser to the president of the united states. >> he's complicit in this -- >> what the nature of the threat is. and is insistent upon using political front organizations as sources of information, as vehicles for -- jim claperper t directo
MSNBC
Feb 4, 2011 11:00am EST
the flavor in there. and, you know, obama, although he said he would be here if the bears got through says now he feels a little love for the steelers, which i just don't think you're allowed to say. i think he's got to be gung ho bears fan or not. >> i might be with you on that one, darren. didn't your mother ever tell you to get out of the cold? come on. thank you, my friend. >> you've got to do your job, you have to do your job. >> thank you, darren. >>> much more on the continuing protests in cairo as nightfalls there. we'll have a live report from richel engle coming up. later, more on the big game sunday. we have a look at ourp how super boel ads, they're more than 30 seconds of airtime. >> these are mini movies that the whole family can look forward to. of course, this year they are bigger, raceyer and funnier. >> raceyer? >> raceyer. and some are on the web because they are too hot to handle for tv. a sneak peek at those commercials because everybody will be talking about them on monday. >> we are not doing it. >> we've got godaddy commercials before. >> yeah, but this is over the
FOX
Feb 4, 2011 6:00am PST
. the obama administration is increasing its president on president mubarak to step down and why the egyptian president says he can't do it. >>> a certain group of people in south bay will soon be able to ride public transportation for free but they have to do something first. jade hernandez is in san jose with what is required to take part in this new offer. good morning, jade. >> reporter: good morning. that is right, they have to attempt to find housing and a job. we spoke to one bus driver this morning and we asked him what he thought about homeless people receiving free rides and there is some concern over how it will effect other riders. line 22 runs through this bus stop in east san jose. it's the longest route and there has been issues of homeless people riding to stay off the streets. in a month riders at this bus stop and any other could see changes. the vta is offering homeless people who qualify for pilot program free rides. the keyword here is qualified. the free rides are for those homeless enrolled in a program to help them find permanent housing. participates must find a photo
CNN
Feb 4, 2011 3:00pm EST
to the white house. today president obama is hosting canadian prime minister steven harper. we are being flagged that really in a matter of minutes he will deliver remarks on egypt. we're told maybe two questions. i want you to remember that what he said on tuesday, i want to take you back three days after speaking by phone with president mubarak. listen to this. >> what is clear and what i indicated tonight to president mubarak is my belief that an orderly transition must be meaningful, it must be peaceful, and it must begin now. >> dan lothian, live for me at the white house. dan, as we're all sort of waiting for those remarks from mr. obama, does the white house want mubarak out right now, or do they believe the egyptians still need a little time to get their ducks in a row, if you will? >> reporter: well, listen, that is a question that we have been asking the white house now for quite some time, and they simply won't talk about it publicly. they talk in broad terms about the need for this peaceful transition to occur, but not saying specifically that hosni mubarak himself should ste
FOX News
Feb 4, 2011 11:00am EST
, not just mr. obama, but this is different because it is live, like, you don't -- if you make a mistake everybody in the world will see it and, one more thing, this interview that i'm doing with the president, on sunday, 4:45 eastern time, will be the most watched interview in history. more people will see this interview than any other interview that has ever been done in the history of mankind. because, immediately it will go out on the internet. it will go out everywhere in the world. and, everybody will be checking it out. so, this is no easy deal. this is a -- something that the white house is taking seriously, i know that and we are certainly taking it very seriously. >> the packers and steelers are getting into the pregame preps, deep into them already and you must be, as well. how get nervous? >> no, i'm a dopey guy, really doesn't care what people think of me. i want to -- just like an athlete, i used to be one, want to bring my a-game in and sounds cliche but i don't want to get tense speaking about that 48 hours out and i will not -- i will not -- formulate my question until a
CSPAN
Feb 3, 2011 11:00pm EST
. >> away in the back. -- way in the back. >> thank you. so far the obama administration has reacted to the events. what do you think they want as a first priority? do they want a major regime or do they want to have a transition government that they a military regime? why do they want? >> i think they want an orderly transition where everything stays the same. i think anything they do not like pales' on the street, but they are not in favor of the military coming in. that would be a huge -- that would not necessarily serve their interests in the long- term. i think they are trying to figure out how you strengthen and put your weight behind your moderate leadership. i would add that in a lot of arab countries right now, the leaders are transferring their money out. i would not be surprised if some of the delayed for president mubarak, his family, and his colleagues or because they are repositioning their assets. you could track their financial flows nc which leaders are most nervous. -- and see which leaders are most nervous. >> they prefer a peaceful transition. that is to say, the
CSPAN
Feb 4, 2011 2:00am EST
in many years. i think the obama administration needs to turn back the clock a little bit to look at the performance of the obama administration. there was a very, very stupid decision in the the obama administration made right off the bat to cut off steens civil society groups, assistance that had been started turned bush administration and that was a -- it was basically so that they could get the relationship back on track. there was a decision made. that ail yentsated a lot of -- alienated a lot of civil society groups. they felt that the obama administration, even though they were brought in a democratic process, was actually turning their backs on the civil society. there is a lot to make up for, i think with n the united states with the people of egypt. >> the problem i have with your prescription here is that mubarak has so effectively suppressed the political parties at the center of the secular center and allowed the muslim brotherhood to organize. they have an infrastructure. that secretary lar parties do not. you bring up the elections to three months from now then you'
CBS
Feb 4, 2011 4:00am PST
in this place. >> reporter: the obama administration is reportedly talking with egyptian officials about ways to resolve the crisis. their discussions are said to include having mubarak step down now, instead of when his term expires in september. secretary of state hillary clinton condemned the violence thursday, and called for a smooth political transition. >> the egyptian people expect a meaningful process that yields concrete changes. >> reporter: u.s. lawmakers also turned up the pressure. >> stop the blood-letting, let's start a peaceful transition to a free and open society. >> reporter: but on the streets of cairo, few are listening to calls from the outside world. focused, instead, on the battles pitting egyptian against egyptian for the future of their country. and in washington, the debate between democrats and republicans on this issue is somewhat muted. that's because they both view egypt as an ally in the middle east. they also want democracy for the country. but they also are both concerned about the possibility of extremist influence in a post-mubarak government. terrell? >> i
ABC
Feb 3, 2011 5:00pm PST
, there will be chaos. he said that he told that also to president barack obama. he told me, quote, eastbound yauma is a very good man, but i told obama quote you don't understand the egyptian culture and what would happen fi stepped down right now. >> he said that he never intended for his son to follow him into office. and in yemen, tens of thousands of pro testers marched against their president. the west is concerned about instability in yemen because it's considered a main battle ground against al qaeda. in a special one-hour edition of night line tonight there will be more on the exclusive interview with egyptian president mubarak airing right here on abc 7. >> from the bay area to new york city, thousands of egyptian students are demonstrating against the reyeej here, being joined by many sympathetic to the cause. there is a look at what we hope to accomplish. >> this is all about pressure. pro dwrefrts want the obama administration to put enough pressure on president mubarak this, is the first protest we've seen in uc berkeley. and pretesters hering saying we'll continue to gather until he
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